What is Podiatry?
Podiatry is a medical specialty that deals with the feet, ankles, and lower extremities. Podiatrists are healthcare professionals who diagnose and treat disorders, injuries, and defects of the feet,
ankles and related structures of the leg. They use medical, surgical, mechanical, physical, and adjunctive methods.
Our office is located in the Teton Valley Health Care Hospital, on the East side in the specialty clinic. Call now for an appointment 208.354.2383
What We Treat
Achilles Tendon Disorders
Cavus (High arch) foot
Adult and pediatric flatfoot
Foot and ankle arthritis
Soft tissue problems
Tendon and ligamentous pathology
Trauma of foot and ankle
Wound and infection management
Happy feet, Happy Life!
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Meet your Podiatrist.
Dr. Christine A. McGurn, DPM, FACFAS is a dedicated podiatrist with expertise in a wide range of foot and ankle conditions. Her services encompass both conservative and surgical treatments,
addressing issues such as bunions, forefoot deformities, diabetic reconstruction, and various foot and ankle traumas.
Originally from Massachusetts, Dr. McGurn earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology from Stonehill College. She continued her education at Kent State University College of Podiatric Medicine in Ohio, followed by a comprehensive three-year residency in Reconstructive Rearfoot and Ankle Surgery at Hoboken University Medical Center.
With board certification in Podiatric Medicine and Foot Surgery, Dr. McGurn brings a wealth of experience. She spent several years working in New York City before relocating to Teton Valley
with her family, driven by her love for the mountains and outdoor activities.
Outside of her practice, she enjoys biking, hiking, snowboarding, running, reading, cooking, and exploring new places. Dr. McGurn is committed to patient education, conducting thorough
exams, and developing thoughtful treatment plans. Her aim is to provide the highest quality foot and ankle care in a welcoming environment, ensuring patients are active participants in their
treatment and recovery. Whether dealing with fungal infections or fractures, she helps patients regain their mobility and return to the activities they love. Her patient-focused approach serves individuals of all ages, including athletes and diabetics, offering both surgical and conservative solutions.